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Kitchen Dwellers Cover Phish & Tom Petty, Collab With Horseshoes & Hand Grenades [Videos/Photo]

first_imgKitchen Dwellers & Horseshoes and Hand Grenades | Bluebird Theater | Denver, CO | 11/17/2017 | Photos: Brady Cooling Last night at Denver, Colorado’s Bluebird Theater, two of the best up-and-coming bluegrass acts in the scene joined forces for the first night of a two-night co-headlining run marking the end of their incredible cross-country fall tour. Both the Kitchen Dwellers and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades have been on tour together for the better part of two months, with each act playing a set of their own music followed by a special two-band jam collaboration to finish off the evening. With The Two Track providing a strong warm-up support set, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades came out swinging with a solid set (they will take on closing duties tonight) that included some energetic jams of their own material, such as the new number “Don’t Say Hello.” A couple of choice covers stood out including the Talking Heads “Naive Melody (This Must Be The Place)” and a beautiful take on Fleetwood Mac‘s “Rhiannon.”Kitchen Dwellers Perform Horseshoes & Hand Grenades’ “Rivers High” With Guitarist Adam GreuelFrom the beginning of their set, Kitchen Dwellers got things off to a strong start, opening with a 1-2 punch of “Where They Do Not Know My Name” > “Living Dread.” As the set wore on, the energy coming from the quartet only increased. “Ghost In The Bottle” from the recent album of the same name featured a “Harry Hood” jam, plastering ear-to-ear smiles on the faces of the packed crowd.Twiddle And Kitchen Dwellers Team For Special Third Set In Boulder [Video/Photo]The “galaxy grass” act from Bozeman, MT wasn’t quite done with the Phish love just yet, as they played “Gumbo” in its entirety later on in the set. “Visions of More” saw the Dwellers go straight up bliss jam before bringing out their Horseshoes cohorts for a cover of Tom Petty‘s “Last Dance With Mary Jane.” After the homage to the recently falling rock legend, both bands brought the show to a close with a boot-stomping cover of Tyler Childers‘ “White House Road,” which was played for the first time. All in all, the show was filled with a frenetic energy from all acts involved and crowd alike.Check out a gallery of images from last night courtesy of Brady Cooling Photography, plus watch videos of last night’s show below.SETLIST: Kitchen Dwellers | Bluebird Theater | Denver, CO | 11/17/2017Where They Do Not Know My Name>Living Dread, Ghost In The Bottle, Farmer’s Son>Southern Flavor, Auggie>Buckle Down*, Covered Bridges, Gumbo, Visions of More, Mary Jane’s Last Dance^, Whitehouse Road^”*Contained “The Four” teases^ w/ all members of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades” Tyler Childers, first-time playedSETLIST: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades | Bluebird Theater | Denver, CO | 11/17/17Fly to the Moon, Foggy Halo, Wisconsin Waters>Get Down To It, Danville>Jam>Danville, The Ode, Darlin’ Corey>Don’t Say Hello, Imperfection, Gator Tracks, Hoot n Howl, Naive Melody, Rhiannon“Gumbo”“Harry Hood Jam” “Don’t Say Hello”“Rhiannon”center_img Load remaining imageslast_img

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